During MWC HTC revealed their line up of HTC One phones, and among that list was the HTC One V, a device with modest specifications and with a design philosophy that is reminiscent of the HTC Legend back in the day. The device along with its siblings is expected to hit the market in April, and for those of us stateside who are looking forward to getting their hands on the device, a HTC spokesperson has confirmed that the HTC One V will be available on MetroPCS, US Cellular, and Virgin Mobile.
There was no mention if any of the major carriers would be picking up the device, but for now those are the carriers that the handset will be available from. In case you might have missed our coverage of MWC, the HTC One V is an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich powered handset with a single-core 1GHz Qualcomm processor under its hood, 512MB of RAM with a 3.7” display, a 5MP rear-facing camera with HTC Sense 4.0 on board. Unfortunately no word on pricing just yet, but based on its specs, we don’t expect it to be breaking the bank.
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